Recognize your students "Japanese customers". Improve your service skills with hospitality.
Linguage values both your service skills and teaching skills. Teaching at Linguage should be easy for English speakers after being trained with our lesson materials and teaching manuals. We would like you to take individualized approach and consider each students’ unique character, English levels and purpose.
Keep on improving!
it's the little things that add up to a good impression for our students. Take a step back and ask yourself "what small thing can I improve today?"
Your senior instructor will work with you on ways to improve during your life at Linguage.
Guidelines for tardiness and absence.
As with any service industry position we have a strict policy for tardiness, and will expect you to arrive at work ready to go at the start of your shift. Of course to provide an uninterrupted service to our students we will need to provide cover for your absence due to sickness, and will expect a courtesy call ahead of time to allow staff to make arrangements ─ be professional!
Dress codes for teachers
"Business Smart" is the general dress code for teachers. Giving likable and reliable impression to the students is important.
Dress code for teachers
- Business or dress shirts with tie
- Sweaters, with collared shirt and tie visible.
- Vest or waistcoat
- Dress pants/trousers
- Dress shoes, boots, or loafers
- Blouses/shirts with collars
- Collarless blouses/shirts with jacket
- Dress sweaters
- Dresses or skirts with hose or stockings.
- Dress shoes, boots, loafers, or sandals